A gentleman spotted this typo on literature he received from the doctor’s office. Oops-a-daisy, where’s the “h” in “Rescheduled”?
It looks like a slight case of phonetic spelling. The “sch” prefix sounds like “sk” here. Besides “schedule,” here are some other words that fall into that category:
It’s tricky because the following words have the same “sch” prefix, but have the “sh” sound:
English is strange, huh? The good news is that spell-check will set us straight with all of these.
Happy reading and writing, my friends!
Sean C. Wright is the author of the short story collection A Gathering of Butterflies and the novella Honey Riley. For more information about her writing skills and how she can assist you with yours–business or consumer–visit http://www.iwrightaway.com/.
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